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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 3.26.13
indriyāṇi daśa śrotraḿ
tvag dṛg rasana-nāsikāḥ
vāk karau caraṇau meḍhraḿ
pāyur daśama ucyate
indriyāṇi — the senses; daśa — ten; śrotram — the sense of hearing; tvak — the sense of touch; dṛk — the sense of sight; rasana — the sense of taste; nāsikāḥ — the sense of smell; vāk — the organ of speech; karau — two hands; caraṇau — the organs for traveling (legs); meḍhram — the generative organ; pāyuḥ — the evacuating organ; daśamaḥ — the tenth; ucyate — is called.
The senses for acquiring knowledge and the organs for action number ten, namely the auditory sense, the sense of taste, the tactile sense, the sense of sight, the sense of smell, the active organ for speaking, the active organs for working, and those for traveling, generating and evacuating.
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